Posted on January 17, 2020
Process Is Work is an exhibition displaying the artistic process of documentary painter Anthony Patterson. Over the past year Patterson has immersed himself in the history of the Crest Street Community in Durham, N.C. where he was born and raised. This exhibition features his notes, ideas, research, in-progress works and messages from the elders of the community.
This exhibition is co-presented by the Black on Black Project and the Durham Art Guild and will be on view at the DAG Gallery at Golden Belt Campus from January 10 – February 4, 2020.
Join us for a free and open to the public 3rd Friday Durham reception with the artist on Friday, January 17 from 6-9pm.
The Durham Art Guild and Black on Black Project’s Artist in Residence Program collaboration provides professional studio space at the DAG Gallery + Studios at Golden Belt Campus for 6 months, a $1,000 stipend, regular support from and access to DAG and the Black on Black Project’s professional resources and networks, and an exhibition at the DAG Gallery at Golden Belt for one selected local artist.
The Black On Black Project curates art exhibitions, community events and programs aimed at addressing the issues people of color face daily. Learn more at blackonblackproject.com.
Golden Belt Campus
Mill No. 1
800 Taylor St. Suite 9-157
Durham, NC 27701
Mon – Sat 10am-7pm